Trial/Study Coordinator

Institution/Unit:  Southampton CTU

Salary:  £29,605 - £33,966

Closing date: 25-06-2024

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The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) is a UK Cancer Research Collaboration (UKCRC) registered unit, and was set up in 2006 to design and conduct academically led clinical trials. The Unit employs trial managers, data managers, statisticians, regulatory staff and administrative support staff. We manage a growing portfolio of multi-centre clinical trials that will directly influence routine clinical practice. The Unit is core funded by Cancer Research UK and has CTU support funding from the NHS National Institute for Health Research and is based at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust. We have an exciting opportunity to work within the SCTU supporting the Early Diagnosis and Translational Group. You will work with other colleagues in a team supporting our trial management team and will take responsibility for providing high quality administrative support across a range of activities. Candidates should have suitable experience, good communication skills, the ability to multitask and be a team player.

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Trial Manager  

Institution/Unit: Southampton CTU

Salary: £34,980 to £42,978 per annum

Closing date: 04/07/2024

Details:

The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit (CTU), based at Southampton General Hospital, manages a growing portfolio of multi-centre clinical trials that will directly influence routine clinical practice. Due to new grant awards we have a vacancy for a Trial Manager to join the existing team to develop and manage one or more trials. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with previous clinical trials experience to join a CTU which has full registration status from the UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC). The successful applicant will have significant experience of clinical trials in the NHS or the commercial health research sector. They will also have excellent organisation and communication skills, a good understanding and knowledge of GCP and clinical trial regulations.

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Project Manager

Institution/Unit: The University of Glasgow

Salary: £39,347 - £44,263 per annum.

Closing date: 08/07/2024

Details:

The post holder will play a key role in coordinating and supporting activities for the Relationships in Good Hands Trial (RIGHT) and “Partnership for Change” projects, working with Professor Helen Minnis. RIGHT is a randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy for abused and neglected young children with maltreatment-associated problems and their parents. Partnership for Change is a randomised controlled trial, co-produced with parent collaborators with lived experience, that aims to develop, in collaboration with the NSPCC an infant and parent mental health support for families with children with family support services.

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Clinical Trial Data Manager

Institution/ Unit:  Queen Mary University London (QMUL)

Salary: £38,165 to £44,722 per annum

Closing date: 12/07/2024

Details:

Barts CVCTU (Cardiovascular Clinical Trials Unit) provides support to deliver clinical trials and research related to cardiovascular and metabolic health. The purpose of this role is to support data management activities for CVCTU studies using EDC systems (such as Castor and REDCap). Create and maintain study-specific documents relating to data management eg. Data management plans, user access logs, data protection impact assessments etc. Contribute to the development of data management process documentation and work instructions. Generate/resolve data queries and provide data reports in compliance with study monitoring plans. Support and train users on EDC systems and manage database user access. Liaise with other organisations such as R&D departments and the Joint Research Management Office to facilitate planning and execution of relevant work and support the day-to-day activities of the unit.

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